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Park of Glory (Park Slavy)

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Park of Glory (Park Slavy)

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Druzhby vul. 6, Kherson 73003 Ukraine
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City Tour of Kherson from Odessa
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City Tour of Kherson from Odessa

Discover an often missed side of Ukraine on a day trip to Kherson. Avoid slow-paced public transit with round-trip private transportation from your Odessa hotel. With your private guide on hand, you can avoid uncomfortable language barriers. Military buffs will especially love the in depth look at the military history of the region. Enjoy free time to explore on your own and eat lunch (at own expense).
$320.00 per adult
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harryatkck wrote a review Oct 2019
Kansas City, Kansas633 contributions260 helpful votes
The park is dedicated to the WW II liberators of Kherson. There are several plaques in the park that contain information on how the Soviets eventually defeated the Germans in WW II. There is also a great view of the Dnieper River here. This is one of the better Soviet memorials I have visited.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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The Curiologist wrote a review Apr 2019
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This Soviet-era park, built in a monumental style, offers a place to stroll, sit and take in an awesome view of the Dnieper and plains beyond. The gems for me were a small memorial to the soldiers lost in the war in Afghanistan and another to those at Chernobyl, which help give a more complex view on heroism.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Archy79 wrote a review Sep 2017
Ankara, Turkey35 contributions49 helpful votes
A silent park. There is no English written explanations there. I have just felt sad myself while walking in the park.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Sudhir d wrote a review Jul 2017
Mumbai, India9 contributions1 helpful vote
worth a visit though with poor maintenance it is loosing its lusture. agreat place with freinds families or couples .Easy access and approach to the jetty
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Date of experience: August 2016
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daisylouwho wrote a review Jul 2017
Copperas Cove, Texas344 contributions25 helpful votes
Walking toward the column, reaching it and looking down at the landing, it is possible to imagine military personnel returning from a conflict. The statue on the column holds a victory wreath. It is a solemn and moving place to visit and to remember the loss of young men, loved by their families, I found it very moving.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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